Over the last few decades, ‘negotiated justice’ in criminal cases has become a global phenomenon. Countries as diverse as France, Germany, Russia, India, Taiwan, South Africa, and Argentina have introduced forms of negotiated justice, and others, including China and Indonesia, are considering its adoption. In many of these countries negotiated justice is limited to minor, non-violent crimes, while in others it may be applied to all kinds of offences.Negotiated justice has also reached international criminal courts. There, grave international crimes such as...
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